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The first group of junior leaders from the Okeechobee County Economic Development Corporation’s Summer Leadership program graduated on June 13. more
Former Yearling Middle School principal David Krakoff finds himself the center of a third harassment controversy. more
Suncoast Credit Union recently covered 100% of the costs of a new 15-passenger student transport van for The Immokalee Foundation. more
Taylor Martin, of Fort Denaud, was named to the University of Mississippi’s Spring 2024 Honor Roll list. more
Sadie Gaskins, a senior studying molecular and cellular biology, is among more than 1,300... more
Tennessee Tech University is proud to announce that nearly 4,100 students have been named to... more
The Immokalee Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Tom Hurwich and Diego Zambrano to its Board of Directors. more
Lake ‘O Elite Athletics began their second year at Okeechobee Summer Training Camp more
This summer, while many students experience “Summer Slide,” the learning loss... more
Registration is now open for the 2024-2025 Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) school year in... more
Amelia Lozano and Eddie Matchett were recognized by the Okeechobee County School Board during their May 26 meeting. more
Westside Elementary School would like to congratulate it’s Honor Roll students... more
The Okeechobee County School Board selected Dylan Tedders as the school district’s new superintendent... more
The Education Foundation of Okeechobee’s 2024 Jail and Bail fundraiser raised over $12,000 for Okeechobee schools on May 17. more
iTECH Glades would like to recognize the graduating class of 2024. more
X is for extra time outside; Country Oaks Elementary’s fifth grade students had the opportunity... more
On Friday, May 24, students and staff at Westside Elementary School attended the final rally of the school year. more
The Our Village Okeechobee and community sponsored Grad Party was held on Friday, May 24... more
Upthegrove Elementary students dress for “A is for Aloha.” more
LaBelle Elementary’s pre-kindergarten students enjoy water day and classroom fun. more
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